The following dental health programs and services are available to Tucson Unified students.
- Tucson Unified Dental Health Services
- Coordination of free dental care with local dentists for qualifying students
- Pima County Health Department provides dental sealants to 2nd and 6th grade children, attending qualifying schools at no charge to school and parents
- Fluoride Mouthrinse Program - parent permission required grades 1-5
- Mobile on-site cleanings and screenings at elementary schools provided by General Dentistry 4 Kids
Provided by: Tucson Unified School Health Services/Dental Department
- Grayline Program
Services: Free care for urgent dental needs, including severe tooth pain and infection.
Provided by: Community volunteer dentists and dental hygienists.
Eligibility: Students K-12 that are not eligible for other programs and have urgent dental needs and meet income requirements.
- Arizona School based Dental Sealant Program
Funded by: Arizona Department of Health Services, Office of Oral Health Services
- Children with parental consent obtain a dental screening by a licensed dentist.
- Parents receive notification of their child’s need for sealants and general oral health status.
- Children who are enrolled in AHCCCS are eligible as well as children who have no dental insurance.
- Sealants are then provided by a dental hygienist and dental assistant team.
Provided by: Pima County Health Department’s Oral Health Program
Eligibility: Tucson Unified Schools with 50% or higher participation in the National School Lunch Program may apply. 2nd and 6th grade children who are uninsured or with public dental insurance (AHCCCS or KidsCare) and have decayed permanent molar teeth without cavities or fillings.
- General Dentistry 4 Kids
Services: On-site dental exams performed by a licensed dentist.
- Exam includes x-rays, cleaning and fluoride
- We accept all AHCCCS plans and most private insurance plans
- If you are interested in these services at your child's school, call 520-609-3127
Eligibility: Tucson Unified students in preschool and grades K-8.